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Scheduling Staff Correctly by Leveraging Foot Traffic Data

The Past Over the last several decade's retail stores traditionally relied on historical sales numbers to forecast future sales. As the retail game has evolved, another very powerful unit of measurement has entered the arena, which is far too often overlooked.  This...

Complete Nutrition Case Study

Complete Nutrition Company Culture & Approach Complete Nutrition® is a network of more than eighty high-quality nutritional supplement retail stores. Their focus is on providing personal service and expert consulting to customers who have specific nutrition goals....

4 Ways to Stay on Top of Changing Labor Laws

Labor laws are constantly evolving. From changes in minimum wages and overtime pay, to how to handle split shifts and breaks, as an employer, keeping on top of changing labor laws is critical to maintaining a good relationship with your employees, avoiding...

Solving the Problem of Security Company Understaffing

If you’ve worked in security or have even tried getting a security guard and found it difficult, you are painfully aware that it is an under-staffed industry. While not the only one, any industry dealing with under-staffing has the difficult problem of...

How to Make Fair Scheduling Work

Predictive Scheduling legislation, also known as Fair Scheduling, Fair Workweek, and Secure Scheduling, was designed to protect workers primarily in retail and food service industries who have unpredictable schedules. The legislation sets forth rules and...

Empowering Staff to Manage Schedules

Scheduling can be one of the most frustrating parts of employee management. Requests for time off, last minute changes, callouts, and more, can make scheduling a task of constantly putting out fires. Allowing employees to make their own changes can help...

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